Health Tips for Men in Their 60s and Up
WebMD offers simple health tips for men 60 and over for staying healthy and strong for a lifetime.
Strength Training Program for Men
Learn from WebMD about building muscle in your arms, chest, back, core, and legs.
Lung Cancer in Men
Here's a look at lung cancer in men: what causes it, how to prevent it, and what treatments are available.
An Overview of Creatine Supplements
WebMD explains what creatine is, how it's used and if it's safe.
Is male menopause real? WebMD examines some of the symptoms of declining hormone levels in men.
Low Testosterone and Your Health
Low testosterone is associated with other medical conditions, such as diabetes, obesity, heart disease, depression, and erectile dysfunction. Find out more about the link and the questions that remain.
Urinary Incontinence and Men: Tips for Coping Day to Day
WebMD offers tips to men on managing and controlling urinary incontinence.
Low Testosterone and Sex Drive
Testosterone isn't the only thing responsible for your sex drive. But low testosterone can be a cause of low libido and erectile dysfunction. Learn more.
Men and Stroke
WebMD tells you about preventing stroke, including symptoms and risk factors.
Lead Poisoning: Tips for Those Who Work With Lead - Topic Overview
To avoid lead poisoning if you have a job or hobby that may expose you to lead: Wash your hands a lot,and don't eat or drink around possible lead sources. Follow U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines for protection from exposure to lead at work. Your employer should provide these guidelines. For more information,see the Other Places to Get Help section of the ...